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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Baltimore Wins,
hkes over Sixth

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE:
Browns Rip Lions, Colts Stop Giants, Bears Outlast Redskins

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BALTIMORE ()- Skinny Brown
pitched Baltimore to a 2-0 victory
over Washington last night and
gave the Senators the dubious dis-
tinction of four straight shutouts
- a record not 4iatched in the
majors in the past 27 years.
Brown allowed six hits in post-
ing his seventh victory against five
defeats. He helped Baltimore to
its fourth straight win and sixth
place in the American League, a
half game ahead of idle Kansas
City.
Bob Nieman's third inning
blooper, which fell barely on the
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In Block 'M'
Taking its cue from the "new
look" line-up of the grid squad,
the Block "M" card section is pre-
paring some surprises of its own.
Jeannette Carlton, co-chairman
of the campus cheer section an-
nounced that there will be a new
procedure this year in clipping the
colorful block cards..'
All members of the section are
asked to be at the season's open-
ing game Sept. 27, at 1:00 p.m., in
order to prepare for their part in
the big show. Implicit instruction
will be given during the practice.
Miss Carlton also requests that,
white shirts be worn at the game.
Anybody interested in working'
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grass behind the infield, between
shortstop Rocky Bridges and left
fielder Faye Throneberry, fell for
a "scratch" double and drove in
Brown and Bob Boyd with the two
Oriole runs.

By CHUCK KOZOLL
The Lions' once mighty roar was
reduced to a mere whisper Satur-
day night when they closed outf
their exhibition season with a 41-7;
loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Lacking a suitable pass offense
or defense, the Lions were shell,
shocked by evasive Bobby Mitchell,
touted to be too small for NFL
play, and speedster Leroy Bolden.
Mitchell, who scored twice for:
Paul Brown's company, covered
156 yards in his two scoring runs.-
Bolden galloped 52 yards before
being stopped seven yards short of
the line. Besides the gaps opened
for the long Brown runs, the once
solid Detroit pass defense was
successfully riddled by Milt Plum

Starter Russ Kemmerer,7
by Truman Clevenger
eighth, was the loser.
* * *

relieved
in the

PHILADELPHIA OP) - Three
Philadelphia pitchers fanned 21
Pittsburgh Pirates for a major
league record last night and the
Phillies pushed across a run in the
14th inning for a 3-2 victory.
The four - hour game was the
first of a twilight-night double-
header.
Dave Philley drove in Bobby'
Young with a single to account
for the winning run with one out
in the 14th.
Starter Seth Morehead, with 12
strikeouts in nine innings, Dick
Farrell with two in two innings'
and Jack Meyer, with seven in
the final three innings, combined
to top the major league mark of
20 set July 25, 1913 by the pitchers
of, the Washington Senators
against the old St. Louis Browns.
The Phillies' victory went to
Meyer, who fanned the first six
men he faced.

BOB MITCHELL
. Brown's speedster

and Jim Ninowski who completed
20 of 24 aerials
For brief moments the Lions
demonstrated the finess of de-
fending champions with Tobin
Rote nailing down seven consecu-
tive passes and Gene Gedman,
doing double duty, carrying eight'
times for a 49 yard total. He.also
snagged three tosses for 56 yards.
Injuries Harmful
The injury jinx which kept
rookie fullback Danny Lewis out
of combat and has sidelined Jack
Christiansen for the past two
games will have to be obliterated
if the Lions hope to halt the red-
hot Baltimore Colts in their league
opener next Sunday.
John Unitas stunned the New
Yorc Gaints with two touchdown
passes to Ray Berry, one 19 yards
and the other for seven. A 91-yard
trot to paydirt by Lennie Moore
added sudden death to New York,
to account for the 42-21 final
score.
In a nationally televised game,
Chicago announced. their inten-
tion of rising to the top of the
western side of the NFL by out-
lasting the Washington Redskins,
HAIRSTYLES GALORE
for the
FEMININE SET!,!

27-24. George Blanda's educated
toe added the winning field goal,
after the Bears staged a comeback
from the lean end of a 17-0 score.
Galimore Sparkles
Willie Galimore gave George
Halas many moments of pleasure
with nifty broken field rinning.
The Bear's heavily laden line put
clamps on the Redskins while
Rick Casares hard charging gave
him the honors in the ground
gaining department.
After three lethargic quarters,
Philadelphia came to life and
scored three touchdowns and a

field goal in the fourth frame to
beat San Francisco, 31-28. Bobby
Watson toed for three points to
jar the 49ers from the winners
circle.
Norm' Van Brocklin proved that
his passing ability hasn't deterior-
ated since his days in Los Angeles
by finding Brad Myers and tossing
him a 23-yard touchdown pass.,
Myers also scored .six on a short
smash.
Jon Arnett, who stayed in town
after graduation to play for the
LA Rams, highlighted Los Angeles'
easy 31-6 victory over the lowly

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Pittsburgh Steelers. Arnett chug-
ged 93-yards after taking a Steel-
er's punt and scored the Ram's
first marker late in the second
quarter.
Rookie quarterback Frank Ryan
scored the day's biggest blunders
by fumbling on the goal lines
twice. The Chicago Cardinals, via
the astounding Ollie Matson, ral-
lied to nip Green Bay, 31-24, for
the final game of the exhibition
circuit.
League competition begins en
the weekend with all pro teams in
action.

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Major LeagueStandings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

New York
* Chicago
Detroit
Boston
Cleveland
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

W L
89 60
79 69
74 74
'74 74
74 74
71 77
71 78
61 87

Pct.
.597
.534
.500
.500
.500
.480
.477
.412

GB
914
141/
14X.,
1412
171
18
27%

Milwaukee
*Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Los Angeles
Chicago
*Philadelphia
(*Second game

W 1 Pct.
90 60 .600
84 66 .560
78 71 .528
75 76 .497
70 79 .470
69 80 .463
68 81 .457
64 85 .431
incomplete)

GB
6
151
205
2114
2,5 /,

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 2, Washington 0
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Detroit at Chicago (N)
Washington at Baltimore (N)
New York at Boston (N)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2
(Only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (N)
Chicago at San Francisco (N)
(Only games scheduled)

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